Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Hitcham House is entered through a set of high electric wrought iron gates set within a brick wall, opening to the sweeping driveway that leads to an expansive parking area in front of the house. The imposing entrance to number 4 is through the original oak double front door with arched portico. To the right of the entrance is a turreted tower, a unique feature that enhances both the interior and exterior of the property. The entrance hall has a tiled floor, decorative leaded light windows and oak panelling, with a further set of oak double doors leading to the impressive grand reception hall. The atmosphere and wealth of original features is ideally suited to a grand dining hall, being next to the equally impressive main reception room which enjoys elevated views over the grounds. Rooms throughout 4 Hitcham House are naturally light, with high ceilings, quality oak joinery and individual character. The remaining accommodation consists of the following:
A glorious kitchen/breakfast room refitted be John Lewis in Hungerford, a master Bedroom Suite that encompasses half the floor area on the first floor, a stunning en suite bathroom with turret aspect and the fully fitted dressing room run from the bedroom, a guest suite with ensuite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a separate family shower room.
The current service charges are: £1,600 annual share of building insurance £250 annual share of general upkeep of the common areas.
Hitcham House has an ideal situation, being within commutable distance from central London and Heathrow airport. The area's excellent communication links include regular rail connections to London (Paddington) from Burnham, with connections to Marylebone (from 32 minutes) available from Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross train stations. The M40 is about five miles away, whilst junction 7 of the M4 is merely two miles away, affording easy access to the M25, M3 and Heathrow airport. Everyday amenities can be found at Burnham or Taplow village about 1.2 miles away, whilst more comprehensive facilities are available in nearby Beaconsfield, Maidenhead and Windsor. Sport and leisure facilities can be found nearby; there are leisure centres at Cliveden and the Burnham Beeches Hotel and the area boasts a number of golf clubs, including Burnham Beeches. Racing is at Ascot, Windsor and Kempton Park and rowing in the fashionable riverside towns of Henley and Marlow. Buckinghamshire continues to be known for its choice and high standard of schooling, both state and private, since the county is one of the last to maintain the traditional grammar school system. Nearby private schools include Davenies, Dair House, Caldicott, The Beacon, Gayhurst, High March, Kingscote, Maltman's Green, St Mary's and Thorpe House. Eton and Harrow colleges are about 7.5 and 19 miles away respectively.
Inner grand reception hall
Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and dressing room
Guest suite with bathroom
Three further double bedrooms
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